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Text Tuesday - Book Review

This is a portion of a review of Bart Ehrman’s recent book by the important New Testament and Early Christianity scholar Larry Hurtado. The review is posted in its entirety over at… 827 more words

Theology

Why It's Time to Dethrone King James

No, I’m not talking about LeBron James. I really have no opinion on basketball players and team rosters.

When it comes to Bible issues, though, I tend to be very opinionated. 929 more words

Bible

Tuesday Text 15 - Canon Misconceptions

From the wonderful and surprisingly young scholar Michael J. Kruger over at Canon Fodder.

Each one is hyperlinked to the original and bears some time getting to know each one more fully. 128 more words

Bible

THERE ARE THREE LEVELS OF DOCTRINE IN THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

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Dr. John Gerstner answers a question regarding what doctrines should be included to be considered catholic (universal) and therefore mandatory Christian belief .

Date of lecture: 30 May 1978.  69 more words

Christianity

RESPONDblog: Does our New Testament Reflect what the Original Authors Actually Wrote?

Imagine a classroom of 32 primary kids. As it’s a Friday afternoon – they are keen for the school week to end, and for the freedom of the weekend to begin. 684 more words

Text Tuesday (14th in the series)

Continuing the Text Tuesday series (even though last weeks post had 4 talks for your perusal. This week – no audio or video – just words. 1,334 more words

Bible

Easy Jesus: Part 2

Well here we are once again, good to be in your email.

As stated last week, I want to continue to give you a teaching on “Easy Jesus” or the other Jesus of 2Cor.11:4 being preached in pulpits all over. 3,042 more words

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